USB 3.0 Cameras
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0.33MP & 1.3MP SWIR Machine Vision Camera
- SWIR machine vision camera
- 0.33MP and 1.3MP monochrome camera
- 400nm -1700nm spectral range
- Sony Exmor back-illuminated CMOS sensor
- 2-Step noise reduction technology
- Ultra-high sensitivity and low-noise
- External triggering, digital I/O and free-running modes
- USB 3.0 data transmission interface, compatible with USB2.0 protocol
- Advanced video and image processing application software BioView,
- Supports ROI, flip, bit-depth switching and other features;
- Compatible with Windows/Linux/OSX
- multi-platform SDK,
- support native C/C++, C#/VB.Net, DirectShow, Twain API
BioCam 3D-20 3-Dimensional Super EDF Auto-Focus Measuring Camera System
- Smart 3D Imaging, extended depth of field (EDF)
- Works with all types of microscopes
- Easy to use operation and user friendly graphical interface
- The lowest price option for 3d profiler and alternative to motorized Z focus
Square Sensor & Long Rectangular Chip Cameras
- Full square shape or elonagated rectangular sensor with L/W ratio from 1.3 to 2.40
- High resolution; from 1 to 45MP
- Color or Monochrome
- Long exposure time, up to 1 hr
- With or without cooling
- Great choice for microscopy, astronomy, photography, art and printing, special field of view size.
BRC-4kHD 4k High-Definition USB3.0 GE Microscopy Camera
- 4k HDMI USB 3.0 Microscopy camera
- Sony CMOS HD sensor
- 4K HDMI, GE, WLAN and USB3.0 multiple ports
- Auto switching between 4k and 1080P resolution according to the display resolution
- Saves images and videos on an SD card via built-in software, controlled by a mouse
- USB flash disk for the captured image and video storage by advanced image acquisition software for a Software
- With strong ISP and image processing function
- iOS/Android applications for smart phones or tablets
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USB 3.0 cameras are high-speed digital cameras that use the USB 3.0 interface to transfer data to a computer. These cameras are popular in a wide range of applications, including scientific research, industrial inspection, and machine vision.
Here are some factors to consider when choosing a USB 3.0 camera:
- Sensor resolution: The resolution of the camera’s sensor is crucial for producing high-quality images with fine detail. Look for a camera with a sensor resolution that matches the level of detail required for your application.
- Pixel size: The pixel size of the camera’s sensor determines its sensitivity to light and the level of noise in the final image. Smaller pixels can produce higher resolution images but may be more prone to noise. Larger pixels can produce cleaner images but may have lower resolution.
- Frame rate: The frame rate of the camera determines how quickly it can capture images or video. Look for a camera with a high frame rate if you need to capture fast-moving objects.
- Connectivity: The camera should be easily connected to your computer using the USB 3.0 interface. Look for cameras that come with software that is user-friendly and provides advanced features for image processing and analysis.
- Mounting options: Depending on your application, you may need to choose a camera with specific mounting options to ensure it can be securely mounted to your setup.
Bioimager’s microscope cameras come with USB 3.0 interface which allows high speed data transfer, i.e. at least 10x times faster than USB 2.0 types.
It’s important to carefully evaluate your specific needs and choose a camera that best fits your requirements. Additionally, it may be helpful to consult with our experts in the field to determine the most appropriate camera for your particular application.